It’s no secret that VMAN has always celebrated male models. Extending this fact to its latest issue, the magazine rounds up top models for a dashing set of portraits. Wearing sleek black suits, models such as Sean O’Pry, Ben Hill, and Jarrod Scott connect with model turned photographer, Max Papendieck. Pulling off dedicated efforts, Papendieck… [Read More]
Tyson Ballou - American Fashion Model
Tyson Ballou is an American model who was born on November 14, 1976 in Garland, Texas. He began his modeling career at the age of 15, signing with Page Parkes. After appearing in campaigns for the likes of JC Penneys, Tyson was scouted by Ford in 1997, heading off to the Big Apple.
After switching to IMG in 1998, Tyson hit the big time, appearing in campaigns for Jil Sander, Byblos, Moschino and more. Becoming a regular fixture in publications such as Details and VMAN, the rest is history.
Calvin Klein favorite Tyson Ballou reconnects with the label for its 2015 watches campaign. Delivering an essential advertising image, Tyson is photographed by Karim Sadli and styled by Joe McKenna.
Fashion photographer Bruce Weber returns to the pages of VMAN with a new editorial shoot for the magazine’s fall issue. Connecting with top male models, Weber collaborates with stylist Deborah Watson. Posing for quirky images outdoors, models Brad Kroenig, RJ Rogenski, Tyson Ballou, Andres Velencoso Segura and Jake Davies show a soft and sensitive side.
It looks like Details couldn’t narrow down its preferred cover model to one, so why not thirty-one? Photographed by Mark Seliger, thirty-one top male models cover the September 2015 issue of Details. Sporting fall-winter 2015 looks from Calvin Klein Collection, Calvin Klein White Label and Calvin Klein Jeans, the lot are styled by Matthew Marden…. [Read More]
Following two seasons with Game of Thrones actor Kit Harington as the face of its campaigns, Jimmy Choo goes the model route for fall-winter 2015. Leading American model Tyson Ballou steps into Jimmy Choo’s shoes for a head over heels outing. The first image from the advertisement shows Tyson hitting quite the pose as he… [Read More]